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(September 16-25, 2011)

Andy Savage

Elvaston Castle

Gerardo A. Sanchez

Part of my Photographic History

Merida, Venezuela

September 18, 2011, around noon local time

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© 2011 Gerardo A. Sanchez, All Rights Reserved.

Part of my photographic history

Here part of my photographic history, from left to right

- A very old Kodak Brownie Reflex that my father gave to me, never use it but I appreciate it so much.

- A Sankyo 8-L 8mm movie film that I found on my grandpa's old stuff many years ago.

- Nikon EN - 35mm. Full mechanic, still working.

- Cannon TX (I got from my wife's father / never used).

- Nikon Little touch zoom / 35mm (used as compact for travel many years ago).

- Nikon 6006 / 35mm. My first "electronic" camera used for many years as my main camera.

- Nikon Coolpix 800. My first digital camera around 1998, 2 megapixel. I will try to keep it forever because it was a really big jump in technology. I still remember people asking me where the films goes or how it gets pictures so fast. ;-)

- Nikon Coolpix 5000.

- Nikon Coolpix L110. My wife and my son actually use it as their "every day" camera.

- Nikon D90.

- Nikon D7000 (in my hands).

My first digital SLR was a Nikon D50, and then a Nikon D80. I learned I must sell them soon to keep me up to date with the state of the art.... next one... who knows!

Latin America / Venezuela

Lat: 8° 35' 2.55" N
Long: 72° 10' 36" W

Elevation: 1800 a.s.l.

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Nikon D7000, Sigma 8mm, Nodal Ninja panohead. Software: PanoTools, PTGui, Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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